Recreation and Camp Administration - B.S.
Career opportunities in recreation management have expanded because of the increasing amount of recreation time discovered by Americans in recent years. Career options include work in such areas as church recreation, parks, playgrounds, recreation in business and industry, hospitals, nursing homes, camps, resorts, hotels, cruise ships, youth organizations, zoos, and environmental centers.
Students majoring in Recreation and Camp Administration are expected to complete 48 hours of credit, including two credit hours of internship and two credit hours of professional experience. Internships will consist of on-site experience with agencies that deliver leisure services. These may include public recreation park agencies, voluntary agencies (youth service agencies), correctional institutions, industries, recreation for the ill and disabled (including hospitals), and college unions.
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